Losiakou David Pkosing

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  • 2 Jul 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker, for giving me an opportunity to add my voice to the Petitions. As I support, as the Chair, Departmental Committee on Transport, Public Works and Housing, I want to state that if you look at the Questions we are receiving, even in these two Petitions, it is emerging that there is a level of conflict between the people and national installations and assets. In the case of Laisamis, we are seeing a conflict with national installations such as the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF), the Nairobi National Park and the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR). In view of ... view
  • 2 Jul 2020 in National Assembly: Thank you, Hon. Speaker. Pursuant to the provisions of Standing Order 44(2)(C) the following Hon. Members requested for Statements from the Chairperson, Departmental on Transport, Public Works and Housing. The Statement regarding the status of the construction of Elwak-Fino Roads was by Hon. Ibrahim Mude, MP Lafey Constituency. The Statement regarding the Status and Utilization of Funds allocated for Construction of Bomet Town- Kapkoros-Litein Road, Tenwek Hospital Road and others to bitumen standard was by Hon. Ronald Tonui, MP Bomet Central. The Statement regarding Compulsory Transportation of Cargo through the Standard Gauge Railway was by Hon. Abdullswamad Sherriff, MP Mvita ... view
  • 2 Jul 2020 in National Assembly: Meanwhile, the Ministry continues to hold consultations with all the stakeholders, including the Hon. Member who sought the Statement. According to the Ministry, this means the use of the Naivasha ICD. In that response, the Ministry says that the service is no longer compulsory. It is optional. As you directed earlier, the Hon. Member appeared before the Committee meeting where the Ministry was represented. Hon. Speaker, for the time being, we found this response satisfactory, pending the bigger inquiry. You ruled that my Committee shall, within one month, file a very comprehensive report seeking the House to resolve on this ... view
  • 2 Jul 2020 in National Assembly: Yes, Hon. Speaker, and I did respond to Hon. Tonui. I also did respond for Hon. Ibrahim Mude. view
  • 30 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: I thank you, Hon. Deputy Speaker, for giving me this chance to support the Chair of the Budget and Appropriations Committee. As we support this, I want to make it very clear on record because this idea of Supplementary Estimates III is causing some unease. It is becoming an issue. In regard to the State departments that we oversee, namely, Transport, Public Works and Housing, there are two items in the Supplementary Estimates III. On housing in Mukuru Kwa Njenga, which the Chair of the Budget and Appropriations Committee had earlier spoken about, there is nothing unusual in that item ... view
  • 30 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: and yet works had already been committed to be done. So, where do you expect that money to come from when it was in the Budget? Normally when it is in the budget, people make commitments. The money was committed and works were going on in Mukuru Kwa Njenga. Maybe going forward, so that people do not bring this issue of Supplementary Estimates III, I would suggest that when the National Treasury reallocates the entire amount of money like what happened in the State Department for Housing, the Budget and Appropriations Committee should give us an opportunity to appear before ... view
  • 25 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: I thank you, Hon. Speaker. We will oblige to your directions, so that we can address this matter conclusively as you have said in your able guidance. My Committee will ask for one month. I do not want to delve into it because I am going to adjudicate. So, I want to be a fair adjudicator, but as the Member for Pokot South, may be, during the debate of the report, I will raise serious issues. You will then guide the House and us, as committees, for us to conclude this matter. If you look at what is going on ... view
  • 25 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: Yes, we can have a meeting, but with your guidance, Hon. Speaker, I will guide my Committee properly in order for us to address this matter comprehensively. We will set a date for the Cabinet Secretary to appear before the Committee. I invite all our colleagues from the coastal area, and not just one person. We have to address this issue as a House, as a country, and as the leadership of this country. If you guide us, we can meet with the Member next week for preliminaries. In order for us to address this issue comprehensively, give us one ... view
  • 25 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: Yes, we can do that on Wednesday. view
  • 23 Jun 2020 in National Assembly: Hon. Speaker, you need to guide us. I promise to answer the Question in two weeks. You know what will happen next week on Thursday. However, I do not want to anticipate debate. view